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Rosemont Junior High School 




The Panther 



1973 






As we finish our first year in our completed building, I take this 
opportunity to congratulate each student for his or her part in this 
successful year. May happiness and prosperity follow each of you in 
your future. 

James E. Vass 
Principal 



Another year and another milestone 
has gone by at Rosemont Junior High 
School. 

It has been indeed a great pleasure to 
be a part of the administrative team 
which has been working for your en- 
richment and enjoyment. I consider it 
my job to assist you with any problems 
— my door is always open. Keep up the 
good work. 

Charles H. Williams 
Assistant Principal 




Theodore L. Coleman, Jr, 
Assistant to the Principal 



Faculty 



English Department 




Physical Education Department 





James Whaley 

Department Head 
Jean Barham 
Annette Brockett 
James Davis 



Meldine Maloney 
Robert Nichols 
James Smith 
Edna Trotman 






Science Department 






Vivian West 

Department head 
Gail Aninowsky 
Emily Apelt 
Margaret Byrd 
Mary Calloway 



Marshall Ellis 
Edna Oliver 
Gary Powell 
Christine Raab 
Andrea Wallace 



Judith West 




Harriett Goodrich 
Department Head 
Gloria Creekmur 
Betty Hannawalt 
Billy Haskett 
Thelma Holland 



Elaine Hurwitz 
Ellen Lyon 
James Peddicord 
Claudia Stephenson 



Mathematics 
Department 




Homemaking 
Department 




Foreign 
Language 
Department 





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Emily Bryant 
Mildred Manger 
Katherine McDaniel 



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Augusta r^ischer 
Department Head 



Lois Gray 
Edwin Gresham 
Margaret Hohneke 
Emogene McArtis 
John McNeela 



Nettie Sampson 
Kathleen Nevin 
Joycelyn Skinner 
Marvin Wilson 
Alma Windley 



Bonnie Waldrop 
Ellen Willner 



William Ferguson 

Milton Thornton 

Connie Ray Yeatts 





Robert Norville 
Department Head 


Industrial 


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Social Studies Department 




Art 
Department 




Sandy Baylor 
Doris Murphy 



Music Department 




Howard Young 
Department Head 

Elaine Linyear 
Choral Director 

Ann Patterson 
String Director 



Guidance 
Department 



Mildred Perkins 
Dorothy Sazio 
Eugene Laughran 
Sudie McCaskey 
Guidance Clerk 




John Osteen 

Department Head 
Daniel Baise 
John Blackett 
James Chambliss 
Holland Ellis 



Harriett Goodove 
William Greene 
Billie Taylor 
Judith Thomson 
Doris Wilson 



Library 
Staff 

Margaret Adair 



Patricia Smith 




William Brunson 
Department Head 




Administrative Staff 




Brenda Whitehurst 
Clerk 



Betty Winslow 
Clerk 



Belva Begnaud 

Community 

Worker 



Joe Artman 
Youth Bureau 



Marva Alston 
Clerk 



Cassie O'Brien 
Nurse 




If you wish to see the busiest place in Rosemont Junior High 
School, then visit the school office anytime. You'll notice the 
phone in constant use, a line of student "visitors" to see Mr. 
Williams, parents and business representatives waiting. The 
student population therein changes rapidly, each person coming 
and going with his or her individual business. 

It takes patience, perseverance and steady nerves, but our staff 
gets the job done efficiently every day. 




Custodians 
and Cafeteria 
Staff 



Barbara Tuck 
Dietician 



Audrey Andrews 
Aline Crawford 
Helen Crawford 
Rosa Coleman 
Carrie Dabney 




Virginia Frazier 
Evelyn Garris 
Lillie Gordon 
Margaret Sullivan 
Odessa Walston 



Custodians: Matthew Paige and Joseph Long 



Taste as good as they smell ! ! 




Spring of 1972 

Model Democratic Convention 



On April 17, 1972, the eighth grade classes of Mr. Baise 
held a model Democratic Convention in the auditorium. It 
looked very much like an actual convention. The party 
platform was read, ammended by floor discussion, and then 
approved by voice vote. Next came the nominating 
speeches, each one followed by noisy demonstration in sup- 
port of the candidate. Balloting began during the fifth bell. 
Governor Wallace took an early lead, but at the end of 
balloting no candidate had sufficient majority. As sixth 
bell closed, the Muskie camp conceded in the interests of 
party unity, and the nomination went to Senator Mc- 
Govern. 

Brian Mangum Convention Chairman 

Kathy Rickert Convention Vice-Chairperson 

Ben Goggin Campaign Manager for Humphrey 

Scott Sagester Campaign Manager for McGovern 

Ronnie Hughes Campaign Manager for Muskie 

Stephen Rosenfeld Campaign Manager for Wallace 




Mr. Baise reviews convention procedure before the opening. 




Muskie concedes! That means McGovern is nominated !. 



Seventh bell — all quiet now. 



Spring of 1972 
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Performing Chorus 




Seventh Grade Chorus 



Spring 
Choral 
Concert 



On May 25, 1972, the Rosemont 
Junior High School Chorus pre- 
sented the annual spring concert. 
The chorus performed a variety of 
musical pieces, including anthems, 
spirituals and popular songs. Piano 
accompianists were Mr. Marshall 
Ellis, guest Albert Vann and 
Student Charles Van Horn. Martha 
Rhyme was the guitarist and Mitch 
Frazier accompanied on the drums. 

Mrs. Linyear was very proud of 
her chorus and received a standing 
ovation from the parents. Mrs. 
Waldin, the Music Department 
Head, said the performance was 
better than some Senior High 
School Groups. 



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Christina Abbott 
Andee Abramson 
Alex A cost a 
Terri Adaras 
Charles Adler 



John Akins 
George Allison 



Phyllis Alston 
Tom Armengol 
Cheri Arnold 
Jqhn_Arriold 
SteveAtkins" 



Spencer Autrey 



Dean Bagby 



Aubrey Bailey 

Jeffrgy Baker 

De bbie Ba llheim 
Ronald Barber 
Darvl Barnes 



Kathleen Barnett 
Aubrey Barrow 
Debra Basnight 
Patricia Beckett 
C athy Belvin 



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MichaeLBen n et t 
BrendaBlack ~" 
Jonnie Mae Bouser 
Mary Boykins 
Cath y Prahan| ^ 



Francis Bracey 
Joe Bradberry 
Donna Bray 
Michael BrinkJey 
Susan Broome 



Deborah Brown 
Lorita Brown 
Peggy Brown 
Mary Bruton 
Sheila Buckner 



Esther Bu echner 
'Beverly Burgess 
Franklin Burrus 
Jay Burton 
Katrisa Burton 



Teresa Butts 
Paula Cadorette 
Felicia Caple 
James Carr 
Angel Castillo 



Frederick Chapman 
Patsy Chappell 
Andre Cheatham 
Shelia Church 
Thomas Clayton 



JoEllen Cleek 
Anna Clemenger 
David Code 
Clifton Coleman 
Willie Coley 



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Joyce Collins 

Glenn Colona 

Kevin Conyers 

Lori Cooke 

Roxanne Copelantl 



Genelva Crandall 

Joseph Cullen 

Daphne Davis 

Bernard Davenport 

John Davis 



Moses Davis 

Nancy Decker 

Ionia Deloatch 

J. J. Derricott 

Melvin Dixon 




One pound of learning requires ten pounds of common sense to apply it. — Persian Proverb 




Dorothy Doyle 
Phyllis Drummond 
Debbie Duncan 
Craig Dunning 
RonirnrDunphy 



Sharon Eason 
Cassandra Eaves 
Jeffery Edler 
Kelley Edwards 
Ernest Edler 



Lorraine Eskridge 
Freddie Etheridge 
Leroy Etheridge 
Kai Faison 
Caladia Faulkner 



Lori Feinhor 
Jo Ann Ferebee 
Herbert Ferguson 
Cathy Ferraro 
Charles Fisher 



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Ninth Grade 




Julie Grimes 
Laura Gross 
Phyllis Hale 
Sally Hamel 
Susan Hamel 



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Helen Hanson 
HUtJaHarias 
RicKy TTarris 
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Gloria Harvev 




Ninth Grade 



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Ninth Grade 




Douglas Jones 
5!red Jones 
JofiTmie-Jenes 
Renissa Jones 
Shirley Jones 



ShsilaJordan 
Dennis Joyner 
Sharon Juniper 
K evin Kan e 
Janet Kaplan 



Daniel Kelley 
FatKelley 
ChgrtesSCerfoot 
Biliy_KWd- 
Cheryl Knight 



Deborah Knight 

Herman Kramer 

Jerome Lamb 

Helen Lambert 

Jeffery 





Ronnie Lassister 

James Lassley 

Daniel Laswell 

Stephen Lawe 

Aaron Lawrence 



The is so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us, that it behooves all of us not to talk about the rest of < 
Robert Louis Stevenson 



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Valrie Lieurance 

Geryl Liles 

Sabina Lind 

Barry Uvingston- 

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Alan Lovitt 

Anne Luhring 

Deanna McCabe 

Greg McCart-y 

Flora MacDonald 



Fa ye McKee 

Cla y M a ca w- 

Calvin Madison 

Sheree Madison 

Annette Majors 



Dale Majors 

Diane Mallard 

Brian Mangum 

Angela Mason 

Joe Melvin 



RobertMiller 

~ErneiTMills 

LeslieMiln£ 

ChristieMTToni 

Michael Montague 




A man cannot utter two or three sentences without disclosing to intelligent ears precisely where he 
stands in life — Emerson 




B ar-feartrMooTc 
Charles Moore 
Katherine Morris 
Robe rt Morris 
Jeffrey Morse 



Joyce Mosley 
Derek Mungo 
Pam Myers 
Rhonda Nanry 
Debbie Neal 



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Ninth Grade 




Anthony Newkirk 
Mary Newkirk 
Billy Nickens 
BejJb Nivon 
Gregory Norris 



Lettie Norri s 

TVgpy (rUripn 

Peggy Olson 
Kahdi Orhns 
Don Oropesa 



Steve Owen s 
Kenneth Pace 
Herm an Pag e 
Cora Parham 
Brenda Parker 



Vivian Parker 

BiUy-P*rr ■ 

Michael Parsons 
Beni Partin 
Melinda Patterson 



John_Eeese 
Stanley Peters 
Archie Phillips 
Angela Poarch 
Yves Po llart 



Melvin Pollock 
DeborahPotler 
PamelaPriee 
Margaret Puryear 
Janet Pyron 



Carolyn Queen 
C linton Qu inn 
Manila RaBy 

Hnrniniflc T\ pal [e 

JoeJiey«s— ^ 



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Alan Rice 

Stephen Rice 

Katln Rickert 

Carla Rick> 

Garnet Ricks 



Clara Riddick 

Peggie Riddick 

Becky Roberts 

Esther Robinson 

Reginald Robinson 



>IichiiejLiioesen 
Ten' R o se nbeT 
StepRenRosi 

Katrina Ross 
David Roulhac 



Toby Rubin 

Jacqueline Sachs 

Scott Sagester 

Brenda Salzberg 

Dorothv Sandstorm 




There is no royal road to anything. One thing at a time, and all things in succession. That which 
grows slowly endures. — J. G. Holland 



Mary Saula 
John-Sau jiders 
Ken Saund sxs_ 
Susan Scheier 
\ ivian Scott 




Keith Sears 
Alvin Shannon 
T immy Shepherd 
Paula Sherwood 
Tracee Shields 



Joh n Shook 
Mark Simpson 
Catherine Skinner 
Curtis Skinner 
Joyce Skinner 



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Ninth Grade 



Scott Tabakin 

Terri Tavss 

Cheryl Taylor 

John Taylor 

John Teed 



Estelle Thomas 
Steve Thomas 
Whaylon Thomas 
Calvin Thompson 
Percell Thompson 



Sidney Thompson 
Cheryl Thornton 
jipToleman 
Linda 1 yson 
Ruth Ullom 




Mar shall Umst oL. 
EhrrTdrell Vaughan 
Shirleen Vaughan 
Angelo Walker 
Belinda Walker 



Diane Walker 

Jejry_-Walker 

Lucinda Walker 

Sherrie Walker 

Pat Walsh 



Lee Washington 
Danny Wasserman 
Joni Weber 
Randy Weber 
Cleties Welch 



Debbie Wenzel 

Anthony White 

Brenda White 

Regina White 

Shelia White 



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Pamela Whitley 
Ralph Whitley 




Ninth Grade 



Deborah Wiggins 
Alton Williams 
Charles Williams 



Kenny_Williams 
LaVerrTWilliams 
Tanna Williams 




Michael Wisoff 

Scott Wisoff 

Roberta Wolfrey 



RobttTVi/ood 

Ronnie Woodhouse 

Gussie Wright 



Nathaniel Yancey 

Christos Zografos 

Howard Hall 



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Jerri Allen 
Michael Almond 




Alan Banks 
Arthur Banks 



Angela Barksdale 



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Eighth Grade 




Pamela Battle 




Selma Baum 




Windell Baynard Barbara Bibbins 




Judy Billips Renee Blackwell 




Celeste Bracey Sharon Bramblett Aaronetta Branch 



Gwendolyn 
Brantley 




Valerie Bratton Vickie Brezina 






Sherry Brickey 
Beverly Bridgeforth 
Wanda Britt 
Debi Broadnax 
Elizabeth Brodsky 



Anthony Brooks 

Cheryl Brown 

Joe Brown 

Lolitta Brown 

Shelia Brown 




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A great many people think they are thinking when they are really rearranging their prejudices — 
Edward R. Murrow 



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Sherrie Brown 
Wendolyn Brown 
Karen Buckwalter 
La nce Burchfield 
Robert Burroughs 



Elizabeth Burrus 
Annette Burston 
Darrek Burton 
Karen Butts 
Matt Byrum 



Dale Carballo 
Jackie Carr 
Raymond Carrington 
Dana Carter 
Eva Castillo 



Remember, every time you open your mouth to talk, your mind walks out 
and parades up and down the words — Edwin H. Stuart 



Kevin Chapman 

Lee Chapman 

Roger Clark 

Jan Chovitz 

Christopher Code 



Marsha Coleman 

Mike Colema n 

Dorothy Colona 

Sheryl Colyer 

Lauree Condon 



Cheryl Copeland 

Larry Coren 

Kenny Coston 

Gerald Cox 

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Ricky Crain 
Carol Cramer 
William Crandall 
Pauline Dahlin 
Joseph Daughety 



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Sheila Daughety 
Ronald Davis 
Danny Dechert 
Melissa Decker 
Dodd Defibaugh 
Edward Dickens 





Patsy Evans 






Judy Dicks 


Denise Ewing 




Pat Fletcher 


Arlene Dorsey 


Susan Fadness 




Cliff Flowers 


Doris Drew 


Dora Fallas 




Lori Forsyth 


Debbie Dotson 


Alick Fallin 




Gerald Foster 


Ronald Drewitt 
Mary Dunn 


Yolanda 
Featherston 


Debbie Fefer 

Rnan rplnman 


Gregory Frazier 
Helen Freeman 



Rhonda Earwood 

Ann Ewdards 

Sandra Ellis 

Eileen Ellison 

Herman Epps 

Debby Etheridge 



Mary Fields 
Bonnie Fine 
K eith F ischer 
Kathyl 




J j Eighth 
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Julia Fulghum 



Marcia Futterman 



Juliet Gainer 




Carolyn (Gardner 




Stev£_G l ove r - 
Stephen Goldsbg xr 
Greg Goodbread 
Curtery Goodwin 



Napoleon Graves 
Pertenia Graves 
Cynthia Green 
Marilyn Green 



Maurice Green 
Darlene Gregory 
Anthony Griffin 
Centenial Griffin 



Allen Groom 
Be~c1ty Ouillot 
Jeff^S-aitlcS " 
Ricky Haley 




Donna Hallenbeck 
Mike Hamel 
Mona Hansley 
Phyllis Harps 
Darlene Harrell 




Mary Honious 
Gale Hovey 
Jeanetta Hunter 
Paul Huskey 
Davis Ingram 



Donna Jackson 

Robert Jackson 

Pamela James 

Susan Jarrett 

Rosalyn Jenkins 



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Beth Koonan 
Rose Krivjansky 
Brian Langowski 
Nathaniel Langston 
McKinley Lassiter 



Gwendolyn Lathan 
Joseph Lawrence 
Carol Lee 
Edwin Lee 
Tammy Lee 



Susan Leibowitz 
Christi Leverette 
Tina Lewis 
Deanna Long 
Melvin Long 



Eighth Grade 





Ricky Luhring 
Theresa Lunsford 
William Machen 
Denise Mack 
Crystal McClain 



Be yourself, there is no one better suited for the job — R. Digest 




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Alveria McClinton 
Debora McCoy 
Eunice McDonald 
Deidre McDougall 
Vickie Mcintosh 



Duane McKay 
Elwin Majors 
Alfred Malin 
Larry Manalo 
Benita Manley 



Clifford Marlowe 
Bruce Marshall 
Vernon Mason 
KejthMatthews 
Marcel" 



Gary Maye 
Jessie Maye 
Johnny Mayo 
Larry Mayo 
Walter Mebane 



Leon Medley 
Kirk Melvin 
Kathy Michaelides 
Michele Cherry 
Angelia Miloni 



Tammy Monroe 
TflQPt Moody 
Raymond Moody 
Alton Moore 
Anita Moore 



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Edward Morrison 
Elizabeth Morrison 
Gene Mozelle 
Michael Myers 




Benita Moore 
Denise Moore 
Gwen Moore 
Harold Moore 
Karmel Morris 



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Love Labour ■ Elamor 

Peace Lapaix ■ Upaz 

BsermtR Letrert 'Elherm/no 



Donald Nixon 
Montze Norman 



Sandra Newton 
Patricia Nichols 



Eighth Grade 



John Opfar 

Cheryl Owe ns 

Gregory Owens 

Mai> P aeta o ld 

Rosita Parham 



Susie Parker 

Joel Parks 

John Partain 

Bobi Partin 

Linley Patterson 










William Peebles 

Gail Pepper 

Diana Perham 

Roberta Perkins 

Steven Perlman 






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Debbie_Sh£aJx 
Tei'fylShepherd 
Shelia Sherwood 



Nancy Shook 

Marquerite Simms 

Larry Simpson 




Pam Simpson 

Cindy Soelberg 

Kevin Spruel 




Eighth Grade 



Terry Srock 

Nancy Staley 

Gregory Stephen 




Donnavan Stith 
Jerrell Stokes 



Slf an Str o "tm Q " 
Carolyn Stricklin 



Sandra Strom 
Don Sutherland 



Lossie Taylor 
Sharon Taylor 




Virginia Szczepaniak 
Frank Taylor 



Gail Teed 
Ronald Terpening 



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Craig Thomas Georgia Thompson Nancy Todd Ricky Turner 

Pat Thomas Karen Thompson Donna Truce David Tyson 

Carolyn Thompson Virginia Thumm Carolyn Tucker Laura Vanderploeg 



D ottie Ven cill William Waddill 

Vickie Vineyard Benjamin Walker 

Joey Vlk Mary Walsh 








Eighth Grade 



Jean Warner 
Donna Webb 
Dickie Wedeman 
Robin Weinstein 



Marion West 




Denise Weston 
Bobby White 
Joyce White 
Keith White 



Elvis Whitfield 




Eric Whitfield 
La Verne Whitley 
Bridgette Whitney 
Marshall Wiggins 



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Terry Wiggins 
Robert Wilkinson 



Eddie Williams 
Henry William 






Eighth Grade 



Alton Williams 
Dee Ann Williams 



Larry Williams 
Linda Williams 





Sheila Williams 
Alton Willie 
Edna Willis 
Gloria Wilson 



Never give a man up until he has failed at something he likes — Lewis E. Lawes 




Karen Wilson 

Nancy Winslow 

Eugene Winters 

Karen Woodie 




Molly Woolard 
Barbara Wright 



Tammy Yohe 
Mary Young 



George Wright 
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Patrick Young 
Fred Zinsmeister 




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Joseph Adair Stephanie Adler Loriann Allen Susan Alphin Barbara Anthony Shirley Anthony- 




William Batts 

Cynthia Baum 

Viola Baxter 

Brenda Bennett 



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Seventh Grade 

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Patricia Bennett 

V icki Beslow 

Lorenzo Blackwell 

Cynthia Blizzard 

Donald Blum 
Darlene Boomer 



Piane Booth 

Julie Boughey 

Shirley Braswell 

Brenda Braxton 

Roge r B p « jts 
Robert Brezina 



Darnell Bright 

James Bright 

Angela Brink! ey 

Anita Brit t 
Cynthia Brooks 
Sammv Brooks 



Jonathan Rron dv 

Tring Brown 

Gl*enn Buckner 

Alonzo Bullock 

Patricia Burgess 

Pat Burghart 



Claudia Burke 
Nancy Burke 
Rosemary Burke 
George Calloway 
James Campbell 
Marian Canoles 



Vanessa Capehart 

E d w ard Capp s 

Richard Carr 

Kevin A. Carter 

Janet Castelow 

George Catherines 




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Kenneth Centjers 
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Barbara Clark 
Joseph Clark 




Winston Chelf 

Bridgette Cherry 

Linda Cherry 



Seventh 
Grade 





Lewis Davenport 

Leon Davis 

Theresa Davis 



Wayne Davis 

Lisa De Lumpa 

Karl Denison 



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Michael Dimnicki 

Sylvia Dorsey 

Kenneth Douglas 



Tracey Dunn 

Janice Dunning 

Ernest Early 




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Seventh 
Grade 



Donna Eure 

Jeffiu^-Evaa.- 

Sharnella Ewing 

Velda Faulkner 

Valerie Ferebee 



Terrie Earwood 
Ruby Edler 
Daney Estep 





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Big shots are only little shots who kept shooting — Christopher Morley 




Robert Finch 
Dwain Fisher 
Bruce Fleet 
Nellie Foy 
Kimberly Frazier 



Debby Freeman 
Patrice French 
Steven Friedman 
Herman Futrell 
Maxie Futrell 



Carl Gage 
Mark Gage 
James Garret 
Cynthia Gary 
Torbert Gilliam 



Alan Glaser 

Loree Glisson 

Paul Glover 

Randy Goggin 

Carolyn Goodman 



Darlene Goodman 

Larry Goodman 

Gerald Gordon 

Melody Graves 

Valerie Graves 




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Tami Greenberg 

Kim Gregory 

Louis Griffin 

S herrie_£ riffio 

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Regines Hines 
Gary Hitsman 
Towanna Hodges 
Larry Hoffman 
Patricia Hofler 



Angela Holloway 
Betty Holloway 
Suzanne Hopkins 
Francis Howell 
Joann Hudgins 



Charles Hudson 
Mark Hughes 
Isodare Humphrey 
Valencia Hunter 
Barbara Jackson 



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Darlene Jackson 
Maria Jackson 
Wayne James 
Renee Jay 
Joyclyn Jenkins 



Seventh 
Grade 





Kathleen Kelley 
Shelton Knight 
Alice Kramer 
Robert Krausse 
Henrietta Lambert 



Michael Larsen 
Glennis Latham 
Sharon Lawe 
Myra Lawrence 
Joan Layne 



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Angela Lee 
Debra Levangie 
Lester Levertt 
Robert Lewis 
Regina Lightfoot 



The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man's foot long enough to enable 
him to put the other somewhat higher — Thomas Huxley 



Keith Lockett 

Diane Loftin 

Lillie Lyles 

Diana Mack 

Hannah Mackey 






Pat Mc Cabe 

Valerie Mc Clain 

Randal Mc Coy 

Ramion Mc Donald 

Mary Mc Intosh 



Robert McKe e 

Windie Marshall 

Kim Mason 

Pamela Mason 

Ronald Mason 



Betty Minnick 
Curtis Mitchell 
Felton Mitchell 
Rachel Mitchell 
Darrell Monroe 







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ShaFoTTMsTTSon — 
Frances Montague 
Linda Moody 



Cheryl Moore 
Marva Moore 
Richard Moore 



Robert Moore 
Malcolm Moorman 
Debra Morris 




Lillian Morris Stanley Moye Pamela Murphy 




Denise Myers Carol Nanry Cheryl Neal 




James Newkirk 

Benjamin Newsome 

Bradley Nickens 



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Josephine Ore 

Leonard Ore 

Wayne Overby 



Michael Page- 

TocTa Page 

Dora Parham 




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Seventh Grade 



Oscar Parham 
Christopher Parker 
Lester Parker 



Terry Parker 
Diana Parson 
Ronald Patterson 




Reginald Randall 

Valerie Randall 

JohjiJLa4idolph__ 

Ras Raney 

Sharon Ratliff 



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Sherrie Rice 
Marcia Richard 
Lesley Ricks 
Adrian Riddick 
Cynthia Riddick 




Mike Shepherd 
Annette Shields 
Andre Shoulders 
Thomas Shoulders 
Christopher Simpson 




Marilyn Skinner 
Robin Slone 



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Ramona Smallwood 
Anthony Smith 



Robert Smith 
Sandra Smith 



Seventh Grade 



Valerie Stancil 
Marius Starke 



Cheryl Stockdill 
Brenda Stone 




Willie Stovall 
Terri Sullivan 



Little progress can be made by merely attempting to repress wbat is evil; our great hope lies in de- 
veloping what is good. — Calvin Coolidge 



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Billy Sutphin 

Paul Svobda 

Robert Tamplet 

Robert Taylor 

Michelle Thibeault 



Robert Thomas 

Charles Thompson 

Kim Thompson 

Kathy Todd 

Debbie Turner 



Joycelyn Turner 

Sylvia Turner 

Ramona Twine 

Gregory Upshaw 

Yvette Uzzle 



Ellen Vanderploeg 

Michael Vaught 

Eartha Walden 

Carol Walker 

Elaine Walker 



Janet Walker 

Linwood Walker 

Alfred Walton 

Letrell Washington 

Dennis Wedll 







Carlton West 

Karla Weiner 

Vicki Weir 

Paul Wells 

Lavier Wheaton 



Gale White 

Valerie White 

Gregson-Wlmfey 

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Gene Whittle 




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Seventh Grade 



Linda Wiggins 
Rae Wiggins 



Glenn Wilder 
Clarence Willey 



Brenda Williams 
Felicia Williams 



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SCA Officers 



Ninth Grade SCA 



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Heated, left to right: Barbara Wright, Parliamentarian; Audrey 
lohnson. Vice-president; Beni Partin, President; Phyllis Al- 
ston, Recording Secretary; Susan Howse, Treasurer; Jan 
■ tloody, Corres. Secretary. Standing: Mr. Ellis, Sponsor; Tommy 
\rmengol, Sgt at Arms. 



Front, left to right: Cheryl Taylor, Ronnie Barber, Kirsten 
Johnson, Cauladia Falkner. Rear: Cheryl Knight, Gail Foster, 
Kathy Rickert, Brian Mangum, Peggy Brown, Lisa Sutphin, 
Suzanne Dalby, Ben Coggin, Christy Miloni, Mark Simpson. 



Seventh Grade SCA 



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Front, left to right: Napoleon Graves, Ricky Luhring, Carolyn 
Gardner, Sheila Daughety. Second row: Gwen Morris, Denise 
Mack, Lawada Poarch, Debra Person, Eva Castillo, Laura For- 
sythe. Back row: Alveria McClinton, Pam James, Cheryl 
Collier. 



Front, left to right: Leslie Leverette, Robert Krause, Curtis 
Whitley, Edward Capps. Middle row: Tracy Dunn, Linda 
Moody, Robert Tamplet, Brenda Williams, Lisa DeLumpa, 
Andrea Perlin, Karen Rubin. Rear: Maria Jackson, May Wood, 
Angela Lee, Letrell Washington, Michelle Pope, Vanessa 
Capehart, Isabel Pilon, Kim Price. 




Panther 

Yearbook 

Staff 



Seated, left to right: Gale Hovey, Jan Chovitz, Kathy Flagg, Janet Moody, 
Susan Streetman. Second row: Bonnie Fine, Laura Vanderploeg, Mona 
Hansley, Julia Fulghum, Rickv Luhring, Renissa Jones, Fred Chapman. 
Back Row: Howard Gofus, Managing Editor; Michael Stancil, Barry Liv- 
ingston, Geryl Liles, Craig Stein, Yves Pollart, Anne Luhring. 



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Library Aides 



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Library Cadets 



First row: Daisy Williams, Brenda Williams. Second row: Karen 
Prizzi, Cynthia Blizzard, Juane Jordan, Gary Johnson, Jan Dunning. 
Third row: Terri Sullivan, Kelly Royall, JoAnn Hudgins, Tom Whi- 
taker, William Batts, Given Pritchard, Henrietta Lambert. 








*Jj First row, left to right: John Davis, John Arnold. 
Second row: Bobby Burroughs, Kevin Kane, 
Sharon Taylor, Julia Fulghum. Third row: Linda 
Williams, John Shook, Sandy Eaves, Terry House. 



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Physical Education Activities 

Ping Pong Tournament 




r\.l f* 1 Winner: John Saunders 

Vtn VrrBCie Runner-up: Ken Saunders 



Ninth Grade Winner 
John Saunders 



Ninth Grade Winner 
Geryl Liles 




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tunner-up: Aubrey Johnson 



9th Grad 



Winner: Geryl Liles 
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7-1 r^ J Winner: Mark Gage 

7th Grade r, 



tunner-up: Ricky Stith 



8th Grad 



Winner: City Champ Elizabeth 
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Runner-up: Audrey Johnson 



Activity in this years ping pong tournament was loud and 
fast. From a whole gymnasium filled with flying white 
spheres, the competition quickly narrowed down to the final- 
ists. Those pictured are the winners and runners-up for each 
grade level. Congratulations to the champions. Elizabeth 
Burrus, the eighth grade champion, went on to win the city- 
wide competition for eighth graders. 




7th Grad 



Winner: Kim Gregory 
e Runner-up: Nancy Burke 



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Volley Ball Champions 



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James Gray spikes the ball for his team enroute to the ninth Front row, left to right: Glenn Colona, Charles Fisher, Bernard 

grade championship. Davenport, Herbert Ferguson. Second row: Anthony White, 

James Gray, Howard Giddings, Charles Adler. 

Eighth Grade Boys """* gsp';::; 




Front row, left to right: George Hawkins, Phillip Johnson, 
Garry Maye. Second row: Aubrey Johnson, Darrek Burton, 
Robert Jackson. 



Darrek Burton awaits set-up from Robert Jackson during the 
eighth grade championship game. 



Ninth Grade Girls 




Eighth Grade Girls 




Seventh Grade Girls 

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Front, left to right: Phyllis Alston, Kir- 
sten Johnson. Rear: Angela Grimes, 
Kitty Morrison, Debbie Ballheim. Miss- 
ing: Geryl Liles. 



Front, left to right: Gail Hovey, Susan 
Jarrett, Sherrie Brown, Rear: Eliza- 
beth Burrus, Gwen Morris, Belinda 
Robertson. 



Front, left to right: Michele Pope, 
Regina Lightfoot, Rae Wiggins. Rear: 
May Wood, Eartha Walden, Rachel 
Mitchell. Missing: Nancy Burke. 



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Michele Pope returns the ball as her 
team mates back her up. 



May Wood sets up for a spike by Nancy Burke. 



Cheryl Taylor 
Ninth grade 



Girls Tumbling Champions 

Ninth Grade 




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Susan J arret I 
Eighth grade 



First place: Sue James — center. Second place: Sue James performs during ninth grade 

Debbie Ballheim — right. Third place: Geryl competition. 

Liles — left. 

Eighth Grade 





Regina Hines 
Seventh grade 



First place: Cheryl Brown — center. Second 
place: Susan Ridgwell — left. Third place: 
Pamela Simpson — right. 



Cheryl Brown completes a "snap-up". 




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On February 20 through February 22 the City-wide Intramu- 
ral Tournament for boys was held at Rosemont. The contestants 
represented Rosemont, Northside, Campostella, Ruffner and 
Willard Junior High Schools. Rosemont participated in all 
events and classes. In basketball, the eighth grade team became 
champions, the seventh grade team finished second and the 
ninth graders finished third in their division. 

In wrestling, three Rosemonters reached the finals. Pat Walsh 
became champion in the 161-175 lb. weight class and Ronnie 
Friedman won the 86-100 lb class. In tumbling, Malcolm 
Moorman won for the seventh grade. 




Big Jimmy Gray stresses strong desire as Rosemont takes 
third in the ninth grade competition. 



Billy Machen tries to complete a three point play. 





James Hofler tries hard to keep the Panthers on top, as 
Ronnie Lassiter heads for the rebound. 



Mark Gage goes high for two in the seventh grade finals. 



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1973 City-wide Intramural Tournament 




Pat Walsh enroute to the city-wide championship in his weight 
class. 



Ronnie Friedman demonstrated his championship form as 
he wins his final match. 




Mat Byrum drives opponent to the mat. 



Jeff Guillot braces himself for the referees signal. 






Girls Tumbling Team 

Front row: Susan Ridgwell, Janice Dunning. Kathy Flagg. Marian Canoles, 
Pam Simpson, Deanna Long, Karen Wilson. Second row: Susan Jarrett. 
Janet Moody, Karen Reighard, Ruby Edler, Karen Butts, Sherrie Brown, 
Julie Grimes, Susan Fadness, Cynthia Riddick. Third row: Geryl Liles, 
Renissa Jones, Eartha Walden, Debbie Ballheim. 



Jerome Lamb Centenial Griffin 

City-wide punt, pass City-wide punt, pass 

and kick champion. and kick champion, 

ninth grade division. eighth grade division 



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Prosecutor questions defendant John Jones (Opfar). 



The judge has called the two attorneys to the front for 
warning: "Conduct should be dignified." 




On December 7, 1972, Mr. Chambliss' second bell Social 
Studies class acted out a court trial concerning the arrest of two 
boys, in: "What Should You Do When a Policeman Makes a Mis- 
^^^^^^ take'.-'*' 

The two boys were accused of running a red light, and 
W subsequently for resisting arrest. The boys felt they were in- 
nocent, and so they gave the officer a hard time by calling 
names, etc. 

At the trial one of the defendants was found guilty of running 
the red light and of resisting arrest. He got a $50.00 fine. The 
other defendant was convicted only of running the red light. All 
participants performed well. 

Judge Deanna Long 

Officer Sellers Steve Perlman 

Defendant John Opfar 

Prosecutor Cheryl Brown 

Defense Attorney Lawada Poarch 

— Lawada Poarch 



Defense attorney is questioning her client to prove his innocence. 




Prosecutor attempts to make the defendant testify against him- 
self. Defense attorney is objecting. 



The defense attorney sums up for the defense. Jury in the 
background. 



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The 1973 Hall of Fame 




Most Likely to Succeed 

Mitch Frazier and Phyllis Alston 



Most Popular 

Buddy Umstot and Sissy White 




Smartest 



Ronnie Friedman and LaVern Williams 



Ronnie Lassiter and Geryl Liles 




Most Athletic 



Pat Walsh and Geryl Liles 



Wittiest 

Johnny Jones and Susan Broome 



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Homemaking 

You can always tell when the future homemakers of 
America are practicing their cooking skills just by walking 
in the hall. Rosemont's excellent new facilities permit prac- 
tice in all the homemaking arts. 



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Rosemont Panther Performing Band 




Rosemont String Section 




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1972 Christmas Coral Concert 




Concert Chorus 




The Christinas Concert was held on December 20, 1972. 
The director was Mrs. Elaine Linyear. It featured the Sev- 
enth Grade Chorus, the Girl's Ensemble, and the Concert 
Chorus. 

The Seventh Grade Chorus sang Christmas Roundelay, O 
Bambino, and Thirty Little Angels. 

The Girls Ensemble sang Star, Star, Radiant Star; Little 
Drummer Boy, and Westminster Coral. 

The Concert Chorus sang Joy to the World, Silent Night 
with violinist Linley Patterson, Pat-a-Pan, Adoramus Te, Do 
You Hear What I Hear? with drummer Mitchell Frazier, 
Roundelay Noel, Hurry Home for Christmas and Old Saint 
Nick Takes a Rocking Trip, with Kenneth Williams on the 
electric guitar and once again, to the audience's delight, 
Mitchell Frazier on the drums. 

— Julia Fulghum 



Girl's Ensemble 




Seventh Grade Chorus 




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Junior Citizen Award 





If you want to vote in Rosemont's presidential election, register 
here beforehand. 



Rosemont's winners for the 1972/1973 Junior Citizen Award 
were Ronnie Friedman and Lavern Williams. Ronnie went on 
to win the city-wide competition and become the Junior Citizen 
of Norfolk. The award is presented each year by the Optimist 
Club of Norfolk. Mr. Vass was happy to congratulate each con- 



Candy is Dandy 





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Rosemont's candy supply arrives by truck. 





Sgt. Hall, U.S. Marine Corps, advises students on the benefits of 
a Military career. 



Homeroom with the highest sales has a party. 




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Rosemont Open House 








On November 16, 1972, Rosemont Junior High School held its 
annual open-house for parents. The evening opened with an 
address by the Principal in the auditorium. At this time, Mr. 
Vass answered many questions posed by parents, and outlined 
the aims and problems of the school. 

After visiting the various classrooms to talk with individual 
teachers, many stopped by the gym to watch demonstrations by 
the Drill Team and Majorettes. 

Finally, the evening closed with refreshments served in the 
cafeteria by students and teachers. 

The following is a list of Rosemont Panther Sponsers: 




E.J. Barber 

Mrs. Delores Upshaw 

Yves Pollart 

Mr. and Mrs. F.W. McCoy, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Yockey 

Mrs. J.K. McLawhorn, Jr. 

Mrs. and Mr. Howard Larsen 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. DeLumpa 

Mrs. Maltie Blaunt 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Hopkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Milville, III 

Mr. and Mrs Leonard H. Greenwood 

Mr. J.M. Whaley 

Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Brezina 

Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Gofus, Jr. 

Howard Gofus 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Boughey 

Mrs. Margaret P. May 

Mr. Holland Ellis 

Mrs. Jerry Gardner 



J.N. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Luhring 

Mr. and Mrs. Monte Rosenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Simpson 

Mason T. Edwards 

Mrs. Elizabeth F. Cramer 

Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Wright 

Mrs. R.C. Dechert 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adler 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goodove 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. West 

Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Lee, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Chappell 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wedeman 

Velva L. McCarty 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Opfar, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Slone 

Mr. and Mrs. Jon W. Dahlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Castillo 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Ray Mattesheard 

Sandra B. Keene 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Goggin 



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Panther Drill Team 




First row, left to right: Carolyn Stricklin, Kathy Flagg, Mary Honious, Marian Canoles, Jan Dunning, Kelly Royall, Mary Fields, 
Denise Weston. Second row: Brenda Parker, Esther Robinson, Maria Jackson, Marcella May, Sheryl Colyer, Laura Vanderploeg, 
Irene Ciddings, Virginia Szczepaniak, Sherry Brickey, Sandra Strom. Third row: Valerie Bratton, Eva Castillo, Pam James, Linda 
Coleman, Mona Hansley, Lasinda Greenwood, Liza DeLumpa, Judy Billups, Sheila Fulford, Daphne Jones. 



Panther Majorettes 




Kneeling: Audrey Johnson, Head Majorette. Second row, left to right: Carolyn 
Thompson, Pam Simpson, Tammy Yohe, Carolyn Gardner, Karen Buckv. alter. Patti 
Fluche. Rear: Sherrie Brown, Yolanda Featherston, Theresa Davis. 



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Mr. and Miss Rosemont Dance 





Mr. and Miss Rosemont 




Mr. and Miss Rosemont: Phyllis Alston and Buddy Umstot. 
Left: Mr. Ellis tabulates results of the contest to determine the 



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You've 
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lotto 
live! 





PEPSI-COIA 





Pepsi's 
gota 

lotto 
give! 



Compliments ot 



WMri 



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Warehouse • Showrooms 



• 836 E. LITTLE CREEK ROAD 

(Across from SHONEYS) 



• GRANBY ST. at OLNEY ROAD 

(Downtown NORFOLK 



• 5193 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 

(Next To C. EX.) 



Sandler Foods 



1224 Diamond Springs Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455 

Area Code (703) 464-3554 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

Area Code (703) 887-9271 
Newport News, Va. 



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Compliments of 

S.A. GODEFROID 

Brussels — Belgium 



DASH AUTO WHOLESALERS 

3625 N. Military Highway 
Norfolk, Va. 



Dealers Investment 
Corporation 



6400 N. Military Highway 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Phones: 857-1917 and 857-7693 



Compliments of 



Cardinal Rug Mill's 
Outlet Stores 



6601 N. Military Highway 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Phone 703-857-6223 



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AIRPORT GULF 

U-Haul Rentals 

Major — Minor Repairs 

3650 N. Military Highway, Norfolk, Va. 
Phone 853-9738 



Compliments of 

COMMERCIAL TESTING 

AND 
ENGINEERING COMPANY 



Dixie Motors 



The Best in Used Cars 

1226 N. Military Highway 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Phone: 853-2002 or 853-9067 



3625 N. Military Highway 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Phone: 855-7749 



Cardinal Rug Mill's 

Outlet Stores 

Rugs — Wall to Wall — Runners 

6601 N. Military Highway 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Phone 857-6223 



Open 6 A.M. — 10 P.M. Phone 853-9865 

ROGERS SUNOCO 



3474 N. Military Highway 
Norfolk, Virginia 23518 



Rvder Trucks 



Nationwide Trailers 



DUANES LAKELAND SHELL 

24 Hour Wrecker Service 
State Inspection Station No. 1075 



6110 N. Military Highway 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Phone 853-8422 



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Compliments of 



Oakdale Furniture Company 



1148 East Little Creek Road 



Paint 
Hardware 

Keys 

Glass 
Plumbing 



Lakeland Hardware 



Military Highway and 
Norview Avenue 

Phone: UL3-9222 



Paramount Bedding 
Corporation 



Quilt '0 Dreams 

Has More Ways to Say "Goodnight* 
Then Anyone 
GOODNIGHT! 
Goodnight! 
Goodnight ! 



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Pappy's Restaurant 

3514 N. Military Highway 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Also 

Pappy's Towing Service 



at Same Address 

Phone: 855-9037 7 A.M. to Midnight 
491-1770 Midnight to 7 A.M. 



Virginia Beach Speedway 



962 Va. Beach Blvd. 

Go Kart Rides 
Fun For All Ages 

Open April 13 Each Season 

3:00 P.M. Weekdays 

12 Noon Sat. Sun. and Holidays 



Compliments of 



Shoney's Big Boy 



831 East Little Creek Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 



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HRIFTY directory 

RENT-A-CAR AND RATES 




TElr^HONE 
N<^FOLK 857-0111 



■NEAR AIRPORT SERVICE 
IN ALL 50 STATES. CANADA AND OVERSEAS 



DAILY CAR 
RENTALS 

3486 N. Military Hwy. 
Norfolk, Virginia 



The Sponsors 
Appreciation to Susan 
Streetman, who sold the 
majority of the 
advertising herein; and 
also to Craig Stein, 
Barry Livingston and 
Howard Gofus, who also 
sold many 
advertisements. 



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In fearless youth the towering hill we've tried, 

Mount o'er the crest and seem to tread the sky. 
Eternal snows appear already past, 

And these first clouds and mountains seem our last. 
But these attained we'll tremble to survey 

The growing labors of our lengthened way. 
The future meets our bright and wandering eyes, 

Hills peep o'er hills and Alps and Alps arise! 

Ad. — Alexander Pope 

Good Luck 
Ninth Graders 




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